These fragile, oversized posters record unique Chicanx and Latinx perspectives of national and international events from the 1960s to the present. Reflecting perspectives held by diverse artists, collectives, and organizations, the posters document a wide variety of issues, from preserving local neighborhoods to expressing opinions on international events. As rare primary materials with non-traditional viewpoints, the Center for the Study of Political Graphics’ political posters often represent segments of the local population that are otherwise marginalized because of a lack of resources, missing historical documentation, or a lack of coverage by mainstream
Based in Davis, Malaquias Montoya is one of the best-known Chicano artists.
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